The documentation presented here is generalized to all content types. Information for managing each content type is provided by the corresponding plugin, which can be found in our list of plugins.
Developers interested in writing plugins should reference the Pulp Plugin API documentation.
Self-Guided Tour for New Users¶
A good place for new users to start is the Concepts and Terminology, which gives a high level introduction to Pulp concepts, terminology, and components. After installing pulp, the simplest way to get concrete experience is to install one of the plugins and use its quickstart guide. Next it is recommended that users read through our Workflows and Use Cases to find best practices for common use cases.
Pulp has an active commmunity that writes issues, fixes bugs, adds features, writes plugins, and helps each other with support from the core developers. If you have questions or want to help make Pulp better, please reach out!
- Usage discussions
- #pulp channel on Freenode
- Development discussions
- #pulp-dev channel on Freenode
- Source code
Table of Contents¶
- Concepts and Terminology
- Changes From Pulp 2
- Architecture and Scaling
- Workflows and Use Cases
- Release Notes
- REST API Integration
- Bugs and Feature Requests